Edmonton’s Cariwest festival lives it up on roomy legislature grounds

Edmonton festivals are taking advantage of the relocated site at the Alberta legislature grounds this year, prompting many to compare the…

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NAFTA in August? Canada’s U.S. envoy says that’s ‘aspirational,’ but will work for it

Canada’s ambassador to the United States says predictions that NAFTA talks can be settled by the end of month are…

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CBC Alberta reporters scoop up 5 national awards for outstanding journalism

CBC reporters from Alberta claimed five national awards for outstanding journalism at the Radio Television Digital News Association awards gala in…

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Travelling N.W.T. hamster escapes on vacation, finds his own ride back home

Cindy Browning was sleeping in her hotel room in High Level, Alta., last Sunday night when she saw something run…

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‘There’s a ton riding on this’: Enbridge pipeline project dealt blow in Minnesota

Line 3 was supposed to be simple. Enbridge’s oil pipeline was old, unreliable and prone to leaking. It’s proposed replacement had…

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Why so few people on Six Nations reserve have clean running water, unlike their neighbours

For years, Dawn Martin-Hill couldn’t drink the water that comes out of her tap without boiling it first. She’s lived…

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